Cardiff - Private residence, Montgomery Street, Roath
A family moved out of their home after being plagued at night by phantom knocking. Footsteps were heard crossing the roof of the stables, a strange shadow spotted on a wall, and one of the family's sons encountered a woman in white who glided silently across the ground before vanishing into a wall.
Cardiff - Private residence, Seymour Street
Circa April-June 1906
One visitor staying with friends found her clothing torn while ornaments were pushed around. A police officer watched three carpets roll themselves up before being moved unaided, while another officer observed an unseen hand take a teapot and place it on the floor. One of the family's children were blamed for the disturbance, although it did not explain what the police officers had witnessed.
Queen Street, Cardiff.
Cardiff - Queen Street
A phantom grey lady is said to walk along Queen Street. Once she reaches the bridge, the woman turns and waves towards Cardiff castle before vanishing. It has been speculated that the woman signals to someone in the castle tower, but who she was, and the identity of the person she waves to, is unknown.
River Taff, Cardiff.
Cardiff - River Taff
A water monster was once thought to live in this river. A whirlpool would be seen to form as the monster consumed drowned bodies.
River Taff, Cardiff.
Cardiff - River Taff close to Cloisters Hall, Llandaff
This female phantom is stricken with grief from the death of her son in the river. The ghost is said to sometimes drift up and down the banks of the river looking for her son's body. The river area is also home to Bella, another female ghost who is said to have committed suicide after her husband's method of running his tavern drove her slightly mad.
Rummer Tavern, Cardiff.
Cardiff - Rummer Tavern
The sailor that haunts this public house died shortly after finding his wife in bed with her secret lover. He is reputed to have a fondness of the cellar and the toilets.
Cardiff - Stone cross near the church, St Mellons
A ghostly figure was said to sit on the cross.
Cardiff - The Corporation public house
A Victorian girl is said to haunt the third floor of this public house, with another female spirit reputedly active around the pool tables.
Cold Knap - Beach, between cave and min golf course
February 1997, 23:00 (approximately) and September 2013 around midnight
This witness, who would often sit on the pebbles with their two dogs, watched another dog, black in colour, move silently across the beach some fifty metres away. The witness's curiosity was raised by the fact that despite the rocks and stones underfoot, the hound moved smoothly, and their own dogs remained oblivious to the strange canine. Sixteen years later the same witness reported their second paranormal event on the beach - a nebulous black cloud which formed around their feet. After tolerating the cloud for several minutes, the witness left the area.
Colwinston - Pwyllywrach Manor
August, first Monday of the month (reoccurring)
Cries and screams can be heard from a man torn into small pieces by hell hounds. The echoes can be heard once a year.
Corntown - A48, Crack Hill area
The strange sight of a short tubby man rolling down the hill only to vanish into a quarry has been reported here.
Cowbridge - Nash Manor House
The site was once believed to be haunted by a ghost which would extinguish a light in a certain room. Another legend said that a spot close to the house contained buried treasure.
Dinas Powys - Dinas Powys Castle
Unknown Ghost Type
This shade appeared to a poor spinning woman and guided her to a hidden box. She was instructed to send it to the Earl of Powys (in London) without opening it - she did so, and in return the Earl paid her rent for the rest of her life. The contents of the box were never revealed.
Dunraven - Cliffs near the castle
Once a year (exact date unknown)
Once a popular place for wreakers to work, one is said to haunt the area after he mistakenly killed his sister after drawing her ship onto the rocks below.
Dyffryn - Dyffryn House
Weather Dependent: Windy nights (possibly last seen nineteenth century)
Former owner Button was said to walk through the garden and occasionally pop up in the cellar.
Dyffryn - St Lythan's Cromlech
23 June (or Midsummer Eve) (reoccurring)
The capstone on this cromlech is said to rotate three times on Midsummer Eve. In addition, anyone who makes a wish here on 31 October will have it granted.
Ewenny - Areas known as White Lady's meadow and White Lady's Lane
This white woman was said to point towards Ewenny, where treasure was supposed to be hidden. One legend says that a local man offered to help the ghost. The white woman asked the man to hold her hands, which he did until startled by a dog. Scared by the dog, the man snatched his hands back - the ghost screamed 'I'll be bound for another seven years!' before vanishing.
Ewenny - Priory ruins
This ghostly young child dressed in blue clothing has been observed moving through the ruins of the priory. The area is also home to a phantom monk.
Flemingston - River Thaw and marshy land in the area
Early Nineteenth century
The water horse found here helped an old man cross the marshland without incident. Within hours of appearing, the marsh was flooded by a freak tide. Another story says that people can often feel frightened in the area for no real reason.
Llandow - RAF Llandow (disused)
18 August 2009
A father and his young son were walking along the misty runway at this disused airfield. They paused to drink tea and noticed that there was a red flashing light on the control tower, just visible through the mist. The wind suddenly picked up, and as the mist cleared, they both spotted the silhouette of a four engine Second World War bomber, moving silently, banking over the airfield.
Llangan - Canna's Stone (aka St Canna's Chair)
This small stone had the power to cure malaria and fever. All one had to do was sit upon it, drink water from a nearby wall, and continue the process for up to three weeks. Bedrest may have been quicker.
Llangan - Church
The church was supposed to have been built another field, but other entities had different ideas; every night the previous day's building progress was deconstructed and relocated to the site where the church now stands.
Llantwit Major - Area around the old Roman Road
This phantom woman was always thought to be connected to a lady who vanished, with neighbours believing she had been murdered. When the road was widened, the woman's body was found buried, and once laid to rest the ghost disappeared for good.
Llantwit Major - General area, and church
Before a death in the neighbourhood
The ringing of this phantom bell can be heard over the house or building where the death shall occur. Before the funeral of the person, strange noises can be heard in the church - if anyone is brave enough to peep into the building, they can see the forms of everyone who is due to die during the year.
Llantwit Major - The Ham
A phantom woman in high heels was said to haunt this building, appearing at midnight. When building alterations were taking place, an identical pair of shoes were discovered concealed within a wall.